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Erdogan questions Macron’s ‘sanity’ and accuses him of Islamophobia

AnkaraThe Turkish president denounced the attitude of the French leader towards Muslims in France and spoke out against the measures taken after the beheading of teacher Samuel Paty.

Will universalist republican slogans be enough to save France?

ParisAfter the deadly knife attack in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, the French are particularly worried about a terrorist risk. So-called "progressives" have contributed to this situation, the Minister of National Education stressed. But Emmanuel Macron is guilty too.

Knife murder in Dresden was Islamic terror attack – Syrian jihadist arrested

DresdenTwo deaths, two knife attacks, one in Dresden, the other in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine. And while the decent people in France publicly express their solidarity in the hundreds of thousands for the history teacher Samuel Paty, who was beheaded by an Islamic terrorist, the analogous terror murder of a German in Dresden is only worth a marginal note in the "quality media".

US Justice Department sues monopolist Google for violating antitrust laws

WashingtonThe Department of Justice — along with eleven state Attorneys General — filed a civil antitrust lawsuit in the US District Court for the District of Columbia to stop Google from unlawfully maintaining monopolies through anticompetitive and exclusionary practices in the search and search advertising markets and to remedy the competitive harms.

Bannon promises more dirt on Bidens

New YorkShocking material from Hunter Biden’s hard drive on which evidence of high level corruption directly implicating his father Joe, crack addiction and sexual depravity was found, was banned by Twitter and Facebook. But there is much more to come.

French teacher suspended in 2015 already for having shown caricatures of prophet

Muslim parents at the majority immigrant "priority college" François Villon in Mulhouse in 2015 described the attitude of a teacher as "aggressive" because he had lectured his students on free speech. He was suspended for four months to “straighten things out” according to the rector.

Death of Victorine riles France – suspect took part in tribute march

GrenobleMore than two weeks after the discovery of the body of Victorine Dartois, the prosecutor of Grenoble announced the arrest of an individual on Wednesday, October 14, who has admitted having killed the young student of 18 years, according to several media outlets.

Meddling in Libya: Interference in Libya exposed on official US website

WashingtonThe imperfections of US democracy have been laid bare: Replications of events in various Arabic countries could not have been possible without the involvement of a foreign state. In some cases, including in Libya, quite a few countries have been increasingly open about their meddling. And while Turkey is the most obvious foreign player on the Libyan battlefield, there are also other parties – such as United States of America.

China overtakes US to become EU’s biggest trading partner

BrusselsEurostat announced that imports from China increased by 4,9 percent year-on-year in the January-July period, surpassing the United States. China is currently the biggest trading partner of the European Union (EU).

Former German mainstream journalist feels ‘liberated to work for free media’

BerlinOn Saturday, at the invitation of the AfD, the Second Free Media Conference took place in the Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus of the German Bundestag. The former mainstream journalist Matthias Matussek (who has written for Spiegel, Welt and Stern) gave a lecture there on the topic of "Critics on the sidelines - the 'quality media' are losing their bright minds".

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